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* IJustWantToBeSpecial: Takuru has this as his main goal, and it is the main reason he wants to solve the mystery of the 2nd New Generation Madness. He wants to be special so badly that [[spoiler: during the Shibuya Quake when he developed his powers, he wished for his imaginary friend Serika to give him something important to do so he can prove that he's special. This wish inadvertently birthed his imaginary friend into existence with this wish being her only goal in life, and as a result she sets up the entire events of the 2nd New Gen. Madness and leads Taku on a path to solving it so he can catch her as the murderer and be renowned as a hero to the world for solving the case.]]


* BlindIdiotTranslation: The official English translation is full of name errors and typos much more than a normal VN would be expected to have. It notably uses the wrong names in some places. Fortunately the Committe of Zero patch fixes all of these issues and even edits untranslated CG/images and backgrounds.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The official English translation is full of name errors and typos much more than a normal VN would be expected to have. It notably uses the wrong names in some places. Fortunately the Committe Committee of Zero patch fixes all of these issues and even edits untranslated CG/images and backgrounds.


The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018 and the game got an official Steam release in 22th January 2019 (The CoZ patch also works for this version and fixes some bugs and translation mistakes)

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The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018 and the game got an official Steam release in 22th January 2019 (The CoZ Commitee of Zero patch also works for this version and fixes some bugs and translation mistakes)



* BlindIdiotTranslation: The official English translation is full of name errors and typos much more than a normal VN would be expected to have. It notably uses the wrong names in some places. Fortunately the Committe of Zero patch fixes all of these issues and even edits untranslated CGs and backgrounds.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The official English translation is full of name errors and typos much more than a normal VN would be expected to have. It notably uses the wrong names in some places. Fortunately the Committe of Zero patch fixes all of these issues and even edits untranslated CGs CG/images and backgrounds.


The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018 and the game got an official Steam release in 22th January 2019.

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The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018 and the game got an official Steam release in 22th January 2019.
2019 (The CoZ patch also works for this version and fixes some bugs and translation mistakes)



* BlindIdiotTranslation: The official English translation is full of name errors and typos much more than a normal VN would be expected to have. It notably uses the wrong names in some places.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The official English translation is full of name errors and typos much more than a normal VN would be expected to have. It notably uses the wrong names in some places. Fortunately the Committe of Zero patch fixes all of these issues and even edits untranslated CGs and backgrounds.



** Kazuki’s route depends on placing pins on specific points on a large map of Shibuya according to the dialogue. Unfortunately, all of the map’s text is left untranslated, so any player who can’t read Japanese is left either resorting to a guide or just trying to guess the correct points based on the map’s features.

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** Kazuki’s route depends on placing pins on specific points on a large map of Shibuya according to the dialogue. Unfortunately, all of the map’s text is left untranslated, so any player who can’t read Japanese is left either resorting to a guide or just trying to guess the correct points based on the map’s features. (Fortunately this and all of the other issues are fixed with the Commitee of Zero patch)


The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.

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The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.
2018 and the game got an official Steam release in 22th January 2019.


* TheWoobie: Nono Kurusu,[[spoiler: aka Senri Minamisawa]] ''full stop.'' She's put through horrible experiments as a Gigolomaniac, she loses her parents and only friend in the earthquake, she's pressured with her duties as student council president, her foster brother is aloof towards her, she gets stabbed when trying to remove one of his cameras, her sister is gruesomely murdered, and to top it all off, her foster father is killed and her brother is arrested for a crime he didn't commit.

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* TheWoobie: Nono Kurusu,[[spoiler: aka Senri Minamisawa]] ''full stop.'' She's put through horrible experiments as a Gigolomaniac, she loses her parents and only friend in the earthquake, she's pressured with her duties as student council president, her foster brother is aloof towards her, she gets stabbed when trying to remove one of his cameras, her sister is gruesomely murdered, and to top it all off, her foster father is killed and her brother is arrested for a crime he didn't commit.


** According to the title card, chapter 2 in the VN is called Rikishi Sticker, which would translate to Sumo Sticker. Weirdly, both the text log for the title card and the save screen do translate it as such, and “Sumo Sticker” is also used in the game otherwise. However, any CGs that show characters with “RIXY” shirts on also leave the text unaltered.

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** According to the title card, chapter 2 in the VN is called Rikishi Sticker, which would translate to Sumo Sticker. Weirdly, both the text log for the title card and the save screen do translate it as such, and “Sumo Sticker” is also used in the game otherwise. However, any CGs [=CGs=] that show characters with “RIXY” shirts on also leave the text unaltered.


An anime series produced by Creator/SilverLink started in January 2017. Unfortunately its a mediocre adaptation that tries to condense 50 hours of gameplay and plot into mere 12 episodes and an OVA. Its highly recommended to not watch the anime as your first experience with the story.

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An anime series produced by Creator/SilverLink started in January 2017. Unfortunately its a mediocre adaptation that tries to condense 50 hours of gameplay and plot into mere 12 episodes and an OVA. Its highly recommended to not watch the anime as your The first experience PV for the series can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-5g7ycIiUw here]]. It's licenced for streaming on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} and Creator/{{Funimation}} with the story.
latter providing a simuldub for the series.


An anime series produced by Creator/SilverLink started in January 2017. The first PV for the series can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-5g7ycIiUw here]]. It's licenced for streaming on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} and Creator/{{Funimation}} with the latter providing a simuldub for the series.

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An anime series produced by Creator/SilverLink started in January 2017. The Unfortunately its a mediocre adaptation that tries to condense 50 hours of gameplay and plot into mere 12 episodes and an OVA. Its highly recommended to not watch the anime as your first PV for the series can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-5g7ycIiUw here]]. It's licenced for streaming on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} and Creator/{{Funimation}} experience with the latter providing a simuldub for the series.
story.


* BiggerBad: As usual of the [=SciADV=] series, the Committee of 300.


The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017 by PQube Games. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.

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The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017 by PQube Games.2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.


The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised by "PQube Games" for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.

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The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised by "PQube Games" for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017.2017 by PQube Games. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.


The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised by PQube Games for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.

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The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised by PQube Games "PQube Games" for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.


''Chaos;Child'' is a visual novel by 5pb. and the fourth installment in the ''VisualNovel/ScienceAdventureSeries''. The game was first released for the Xbox One in 2014 and later released for the Vita, [=PS3=], [=PS4=] and PC. The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised by [[https://twitter.com/PQubeGames/status/867757159299284992 PQube Games for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017]]. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.

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''Chaos;Child'' is a visual novel by 5pb. and the fourth installment in the ''VisualNovel/ScienceAdventureSeries''. The game was first released for the Xbox One in 2014 and later released for the Vita, [=PS3=], [=PS4=] and PC.

The [=PS4=] and Vita versions were localised by [[https://twitter.com/PQubeGames/status/867757159299284992 PQube Games for release in North America and Europe in Q3 of 2017]].2017. An english patch for the PC version was released by the Commitee of Zero group in July 2018.

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